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Premier League club appeals to government for support amid coronavirus outbreak

Published on: 26 March 2020
Premier League club appeals to government for support amid coronavirus outbreak
Techiman Eleven Wonders

President of Techiman Eleven Wonders, Nana Ameyaw Manu has called on the government to come to the aid of the Premier League clubs.

Football activities has been suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak in the country.

The suspension of the football season has brought some financial difficulties to the clubs amid the coronavirus outbreak.

According to Nana Ameyaw the suspension is no fault of the clubs and clubs are yet to receive sponsorship money from the Ghana FA and StarTimes thus making running of the clubs difficult at this point.

“Though the players are on a break they have to be paid. Startimes money is yet to hit our account so we are appealing to the government to support us (clubs) financially because the situation at hand is not our fault,” he said

“During the Anas #12 expose, the boys were paid while on break, now the players are on break again due to the COVID-19 outbreak”. he added.

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